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Motion Picture Herald lists a preview running time of 90 min. According to a pre-production chart in Hollywood Filmograph, the film was originally entitled Broken Soil. Another Hollywood Filmograph chart credits Edwin Knopf and "Richmond" as the writers, however, Richmond's name does not appear elsewhere and neither that person's full name or participation in the released film has been confirmed. An Hollywood Reporter news item in July 1936 noted that Samuel Goldwyn had just won the Mussolini Cup for The Wedding Day, which was presented to him by Los Angeles' Italian consul, Ernesto Arrighi.